In (and beyond) a state of pandemic: is there still room for SESAR?
Current crisis is shifting the focus of airline decision-makers towards preserving liquidity, an imperative to survive. Often at the expense of those projects that are no longer viewed as necessary. Still, a survey has revealed that managers assign value to adopting SESAR solutions. To think beyond the pandemic.
Operations control in a pandemic
The Coronavirus crisis will last for long. We need to accept this and implement solutions to manage the implications. Securing workforce and passengers health together with business continuity is vital. We recommend four ops control-related actions to build an actual border between the virus and the business.
SWIM (System Wide Information Management) is strategic to access the benefits that the trajectory, collaboration-based ATM paradigm envisioned by ICAO and defined by SESAR and NextGen – among others – will disclose.
How to Achieve Automation in Load Control (Part 7 of 7): Automated Handling of Irregularities
SESAR, the road to readiness
Get your Ops Control ready for the Pilot Common Project and gear up for System Wide Information Management.
The Pilot Common Project: your benefit, your role, your actions.
The PCP (i.e.EU Regulation 716/2014) is not just about providers and adhering to regulations. It is about making airlines benefit from SESAR
SESAR, the die is cast - Now it’s your turn! It´s about your performance as of 2021
The Pilot Common Project is not “just politics”, it´s about your chances to improve the operational performance through SESAR. Chances that call for your prompt involvement.
Resilient Airline Scheduling and Operations
How to achieve Automation in Load Control (Part 4 of 7): Automated Messaging
Automated messaging is an important and in parts also mandatory part of Load Control. It is the transmission of (necessary) Load Control information, messages and documents that need to be delivered to other Load Control stakeholders for further processing. Please read in this blog, what kind of messages shall ideally be triggered automatically.